Found October 03, 2011 on Devil Ball Golf:
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If you asked people around the golf world who were the truly nice guys on tour, Kenny Perry's name would pop up quite a bit. The now 51-year-old Perry had a great PGA Tour career, winning 14 titles and nearly taking home the 2009 Masters, and while he's still playing in the occasional PGA Tour event, he is making that slow transition to the Champions Tour. And this weekend Perry won his first event on the over-50 tour, but it wasn't exactly under the circumstances he would have liked. Perry had to play after finding out his sister, Kay, had succumbed to a battle with breast cancer on Saturday night. He considered not even playing on Sunday, but his dad told him he needed to go out there and represent his older sister's memory, and that's just what Perry did. "When I heard the news (Saturday night), it was a long night, I didn't sleep a lot, thought about just getting on a plane and going home. But Dad was great, he called me, he said, 'Son, you jus...
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